FOR THE YOUNG LADY
IS 1) THE TOILS
DAINTY MODELS Ml PLENTY
MARK TNI SEASON.
Passer Of Worthies Paper
t Nabbed In The Capi
T A tal
WAS COMING TO NEW BERN
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Taken Back i To Columbia, S. C.
f V 4To Answer To
Mv Charges. v V
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H Securely handcuffed to the Burns
detective who came to this city after
him, Addison P. Jones, the Baltimore
man arrested by Officer Glenn for giv
ing a worthless check to two Raleigh
banks, was yesterday taken to Colum
bia, S. C, and will be turned over to
the police authorities of that city for
T.he detective says there is no possi
hie chance for him to escape a prison
sentence in Columbia, bat if he is re
leased Jones will be immediately re
arrested and taken to Washington, N.
lor trial upon similar cnarges.
Then there will be still several cjties
where he is warned.
The first notice of his operations
and the indirect cause of his arrest
in Raleigh, was received from Wash
ington, N. C, where he secured about
$50 from one of the banks of that
place. The Washington bankers no
tified the Raleigh banks and Mr.
Mayo from Washington identified the
man under arrest as the same one
wanted there. It was then that he
confessed to Chief of Police Walters.
In Columbia the Jlashcr hadjjjfno
trouble in getting acquainted with the
bank officials and a letter was found
among his possessions from the pres
ident of the Palmetto Bank thanking
him for his deposit. In' that city and
also in Washington Jones went by the
name of "A. J. Montague."
I In his confession Jones stated that
his last visit before coming to Raleigh
was at Southern Pines, but didn't
do any check flashing there because
Shaffer instructed him to proceed to
Raleigh. From Raleigh he was going
to New Bern.
. Jones also told the police that he
had instruction that his partner or
boss would be in Raleigh Friday and
would meet him at the Hotel Bland at
o ciock in tne aitcrnoon ami upon
thin confession the nolice rcnuested
he newspapers to withhold publica
'ons in order that Shaffer would not
4et wise. A description of Shaffer was
cnven the nnlire and a strict watch
kept on the hotels, but Chief of Po
lice Walters said last night tht the
publication of the story in the after
noon paper gave the other Dan a
chance to get away. He saw the ac
count of Jones' arrest and made him
self scarce. The police -are firm in
their belief that thcv would have
landed him if the story had been kept
secret, -ff S3f
fiT A search among his possession yes
terday revealed a marriage certificate
of the marriage of Mr Addison P.
Jones to -Miss Bessie Brown in Balti
more, on April 12, 1913, and also a
letter he wrote to his wife. These two
pieces of evidence convince the po
lice that Jones ' has confessed the
A, complete traveler's printing outfit
was found in his suit case, and it is
the belief of the police that he used
this in writing out his checks. All of
them were written apparently on
typewriter ink. One of his checks
was written for him by the public
stenographer at the Yarborough
House. A check(pr 70 and drawn
on the First National Bank of Ches
ter, Pa., was also among' his posses
sions. He had only $3 in cash when
arrested, and an pvercoat valued at
There is. enough evidence to con
vict him at each place. The detective
stated yesterday that he was been
trailing Jones for two weeks from city
to city, first beginning work in Phila
delphia, where he was traced to
oafe, in which he hrst met the wom
an in tbcase. He was then traced to
the railroad station and thence degree
by degree, to the various cities where
he 'did his work The dete:tive had
just arrived in Columbia, when the 1 1
American BankcV Assori.it ion snt
him to Raleigh.
The detective said that the b.ankers
and police dep urtmenl of this city are
to be complimented for their prompt
work in notifying the proper authori
ties of the man's arrest, for it was
due to their action and assistance that
he was able to get in such close tojch
to the man wanted. If all the bank-
er and police in other cities are as
prompt to report check Hashers such
business would always be stopped be
fore the flashing b isincss could get
much headway, he stated. Raleigh
News and Observe Nov. 23
Haa Been aa Wall Taken
Car 'of aa Har Ildere Cheeked
and Plaid Material Am
Unfortunately In our country too
young girls ara dressed accord
ing to their whims rather than ac
cording to the canons of good taste,
ted too many mothers ara weakly
indulgent rather thai wisely au
thorttatlTe la this matter of dress for
their daughters. The fault la not so
common aa It onoe was. Standards
With a tailored coat and skirt there
should go at least one pretty, dark
blouse matching the suit, and these
little dark blouses of silk or chiffon
are often brightened up ay a bit of
oolered embroidery or white lace
One or two waists of fine lingerie,
silk or cotton crepe mar be added to
the list, and perhaps am additional
waist or two of the nae light wash
flannels may be usefal for outing
wear. There are many one eseae
simple frocks being made aa far
young girls' wear In serge, silk, poa
lln, cashmere and other light weljt
wools which are practical and at
tractive, and inexpensive little after
noon and dinner frocks are made up
on much the same lines, but witn a
touch of more festive oolor or detail.
The coat and skirt of the, moment
are lengthened at the back, the fronts
being cut away In shaped or rounded
effects, and are either semi-fitted or
on lie youthful Russian lines.
An attractive street frook Is of
dark blue . wool popHa. The jacket
has long shawl ravers which fasten at
the waistline by a single large button
A small shaped collar of velvet falls
over the shawl collar at the shoul
der and back, the body of the Jacket
has a- peplum attached at the eldes
and back, under the stitched .belt of
Another extremely girlish model
is made of corduroy trimmed with
braid, buttons and has' a black collar.
Very smart checked and plaid ma
terials are combined with plain urn
IS IN FIGHT
STANDS UP FOR HUSBAND AC
CUSED OF CRIMINAL
In Dark Blue Bilk.
te rials for young girls' wear, and
often one sees one-piece frocks of
plain material with plaid trimmings.
DICTATES OF FASHION
Pretty Leghorn hats are trimmed
with bright colored roses well down
on the hat brim.
Onlmpes fer frocks and blouses ara
often of shadow laces In white and
ecra aa wall aa fine nets.
Meteor moires, broche charmeuses,
pompadour foulards and broche crepes
are need for lovely frocks.
Bright colored handkerchiefs
French and Iriah remind one of the
vogue for the new art combinations
Long sleeves and low nooks are
some of the contradictory yet fre
quently seen things In feminine blous
es for summer wear.
Cotton fabrics ofcsoft, thick pile and
beautiful colorings are to be had for
wraps. Borne shops call them ootton
The neweat separate blouses are da
signed with yokes. The parts of
these waists are generously full back
f You Could!
IELZ ROYAL BLUE FACTOR
You would realize at once why
Selz leads the world in moderate
. l- i J a.
price, sryiisn ana uurauie louiwcai. h,
You would discover that we have
right to talk quality; and see
ing the skilled workmanship em
ployed, would satisfy you as to
the utter uselessness of paying
more than we ask for shoes.
You would understand why
it is possible for them to guarantee their shoes the way they do and
You would quite likely agree with us that
There'd Be But One Shoe If Everyone Knew Selz
Come to our store afid see how easy it is to enthuse over this, real footwear.
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For Men WomerTand chiidrenWitML Building Next to Peoples New Bank Building.
MANY INTERESTING HAPPEN
INGS CONDENSED FOR THE
Charleston, VV. Va., Noj, 26.
Furthering his defense charging com
pliance on the part of Miss Kate Turner
the lawyers for Graham Wilson, the
rich young farmer charged with crim-
nal assault on Miss Turner, the penalty
or which is deith in this State, placed
his wife on the witness stand todiy.
Although Wilson's defense is a prac
tical admission of infidelity, his wife has
been firmly on his side since the ac- V
cusations 'were nrst mane, sne testi
fied today to having seen Miss Turner
hortly after the alleged assault and
that she did not appear to be excited or
hysterical. On the way to her home in
Charles Town with Wilson driving and
Wilson's sister in 'the carriage, Miss
Lavallettc Wilson, they stopped at the'
home of Mrs. George Marlow, Mrs. Mar- !
low, her daughter, Miss Virginia, and j
Mrs. Sarah Colbert all testified that !
Miss Turner did
(Special via Radio, U. S. S. Pamlico.)
Chicago, Nov. 26. Temperance for
ces of Chicago will launch immediately
a campaign to vote out the city's
saloons in April, 1915.
hurst sailed for home today aboard the
Steamer Majestic. She is taking twenty
thousand dollars to help the cause.
London, England, Nov. 26. Gen
eral Bramwell Booth, head of the Sal
vation Army sailed foj home today
on the liner France.
Charleston, W. Va., Nov. 26.
E. G.-ahim Wilson, whose trial for an
alleged assault upon Miss Kate Turner
has filled the Jefferson County Court
House for more than a week was today
found guilty after the jury had spent
the whole night in debate.
AN INTERESTING PROGRAM AT
NEW BERN SCHOOLS
Washington, D. C, Nov. 26.
Democrats in Senate confer on Money
Bill. Leaders' do not expect a binding
agreement upon support of the proposed
Owen Law as a whole. ,
Memphis. Tenn.. Nov. 26. Those
not appear distraut 90re arms to foe abolished. Southern
physician says there need be no more
The Sharpie Julie V. Capt. Voliva
"in command arrived in port yesterday
nornlng with a cargo of oysters.
The gas bnatShuichi, of New York,
left yesterday for Adams Creek to. tow
a raft to New Bern for the CUrk
A sheor fine ootton fabrlo with a
border design In vivid futurist colors
is being used for undarg armenta. Oo
q'lettish chemises are fashioned of it,
and they hare ribbon, shoulder straps
notching a color in the border. There
era also dainty little peUlooeta of the
Miss Elia Timberlake, a sister-in-law
of Wilson, swore that Miss Turner told
her on tile day of Wilson's arrest that
she had caused his arrest because if she
did not she might be considered to
have been a party to the affair."
More imnortant ucrhuDs. wis the tes
timony given by Dr. W. P. McGuire of
Winchester, brother of the late Dr.
Hunter McGuire, who attended Stcne
wal Jackson in hia last hours, and Dr.
Louis M. Allen of Winchester, and Dr.
Clifford Sparrow of Martinshurg.
Whereas the physicians who examined
.Miss Turner said that the discoloration
of bruises did not appear on her b dy
until more than a week after the as
sault, they contended toat tills wis
natural. The defense's doctors today
agreed that the bri ise must h.ive
shown themsrlveo within three days at
pain or scars
Kansas City, Mo-, Nov. 26. Vice
crusaders produce results. Many women
of Kansas City driven from segregated
district find work.
New York, Nov. 26. Assembly nun
Thomas V. Denny, of Manhattan,
Leonard Cohen, President of the Rex
Specialty Co., and two women were
killed and four others were injured
n a head on collision of two automo
biles early today.
FORMER NEW BKRNIAN SERI
OUSLY ILL AT WASHINGTON,
The gas boat Fannie Brevard arrived
yesterday morning from Gatlin's Creek
with a cargo of sweet potatoes.
Th gas freighter Niaa G. Wallace,
arrived yesterday morning from Gat
Uns Creek with a cargo of sweet potatoes.
A letter received yesterday by friends
in this city ststed that J. A. Reeves,
former superintendent of the National
cemetery at this place, but who, a
few weeks ago, was transferred to
Alexandria, Va., was seriously ill at a
governmental hospital at Washington,
Miss Luc Arthur, ( Morehesd City,
was nmooi! Mic visitors in the city 'asf
evening. She wjh enroute to Norfolk,
Va.', for. S short isit.
Miss Edmw Irving, of Morehead t.ity,
arrived in the rilv last iMning for a
Mr., Resale Carman and Miss Mollir
Heath, teachers in the New Bern
High School left yeste-day for Raleigh
io attend a teachers' assembly- to be
held in.th.it city tomorrow.
Mrs. Edward Marti, of Ueaufo t,
of Mr. and Ma O. A. Kafer
New York, Nov. 26. Mayor Kline
today reappointed Thomas F. Churchill
member of the Board of Education.
Mr. Churchill, is now President of
Hoard ami his re-appointment ends
controversy which has been waging for
Following a time honored custom
each of the students of the New Bern
Public Schools carried to school with
them yeste'day morning, packages
containing provisions, fruits, and othe,
necessities of life in the way of food
stuffs nd put them in this auditorium
of the Moses Griffin building, so that
they could be distributed and sorted
out and sent to the poor and needy of
the city, that they might enjoy a
oleasant Thankscivine. After this
the following program was rendered
by the students of tne school, and was
exceedingly good, and enjoyed by every
one present :
I. "America," by the School.
II. "The First Thanksgiving," by
III. "Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater,"
hy 3B Grade.
IV. "Indian Lullaby," by 6B Grade.
; Vocal Solo, "Said Mr. Turkey,"
bv Charles Buford.
VI. "At Grandma's," by 4B Grade.
VII. Piano Duet, "Fishermaidens
I of Procida," by Nell Bisnop and
Emma Louise Kehoe.
VIM. "Pumpkin Heads," by 6A
IX. Vocal Solo, "How Dear to my
Heart," by Amelia Hahn.
X. "The Puritan's Peace Meal,"
by 5H Cade.
Hugo de Wattrille,
"Watty" says he's ear
log cab and taxi airsa
since be swung te Cros
setts. Crossetts certainly
make a aa a a feel like
"And I'm more stylish
than ever," be chnokled.
This season's roost fash
ionable day boot Is shewn
below. Upper of gray
cloth. Style No, 10T.
pjo iotl-00 a4rhm
LnS A. CrsSMU. Inc.. Mkn
1 ondon, Nov. 26 The Pall Mall
Gazette says that contracts lor con
struction work for a great harbor at
Bllcksod Bay, County Mayo, Ireland,
are being completed In connection
with plan for establithasent of a new
steamship line tq run between Black
tod Ray and Halifax and Boston.
HURLEY RECEIVES HAND
SOME CARVING SET.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 26. After thirty
hours fighting the rebels under General
Villa, completely routed the Federals
who were trying to recapture Juares.
It is impossible to estimite the losses
on either side but rasnalities to both
armies are said to be enormous.
New York, Nov. 26. Mrs. Pank-
At a meeting held last night the
Epworth League of Centenary Mctho
dust church presented Rev. J. B. Hur
lev with a handsome carving et.
The speech of presentation was made
by President W. C. ( hadwick. Several
ether leaguers also made short talks
in which they expressed their highest
esteem of Rev. Hurley during the time
that he has had charge of the local
church. Rev. Dr. Hurley res
ponded to these talks and in his own
inimitable manner thanked the Leigue
(or their kind words.
NewBern's Family Stale St ore
There's a special Crossett last
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